Should Fir Cetharrad Mac Fer Cetharocht be BCE

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The original profile had an unsourced DOD of 400bc 

I tried to back track the Scottish annals source on the profile from William King of Scotts but lost the trail at Eochaid "Eogan, King of the Picts, Angbaid, MacEchach, King of Dalraida" mac Eochaid III d. 733 That's about 24 generations before Fir Cetharrad. Using 34 years per generation that puts his death at about 77 bc

Do we need to save any of this information or just BCE it?

If needed I can save it on Kings of Dál Riata

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in The Tree House by Richard Devlin G2G6 Pilot (424k points)

I thought profiles were supposed to stop around the year 1. (Profiles BCE)

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If there is material worth having that is BCE, i.e. the first part of a line of legendary kings that shades imperceptably into real kings, the best place to put it is in a free space profile, that you can then link to post year-1 profiles and categories as appropriate.
by Jack Day G2G6 Pilot (388k points)
selected by Laura Bozzay

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